On hauteauctions.com, national and international art collectors can buy and sell important 20th century and contemporary works under the guidance of a team of highly regarded experts. The very first auction will take place on October 13 at 6 p.m. (CET). Haute Auctions is the initiative of art collector, gallery owner, and photography book and magazine publisher Roy Kahmann. Pieces to be auctioned include, amongst others, those by artists such as Helmut Newton, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bastiaan Woudt, William Klein, Desiree Dolron, Jasper Krabbé and Ed van der Elsken. Works include unique portraits of Andy Warhol, Linda Evangelista, Cindy Crawford and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Both diehard photography enthusiasts looking for limited editions or those who simply want to hang something beautiful on their wall can visit this auction. In total there are 63 lots valued between €500 and €100,000. Bidding starts on September 30 and will be supervised by auction house Invaluable, via invaluable.com. The way the works are presented to the public sets this auction house apart from others: short online videos allow potential buyers to learn more about the piece and its...
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